Respecting Religion

. . . ultimately the Spirit in its freedom will choose to breath through our words or not, giving us us cause for thanks either for her validation or correction, but never for self-congratulations or self-pity. [Read more...]

What Do We Let Into Church?

Ultimately the refusal of congregations to allow yoga as a form of exercise and the presence of Muslims for either prayer or even self-representation is a sign of our fear of actually engaging the world Jesus died to save. It is a fear of truly being faithful to Christ. [Read more...]

Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

Christians of course need to ask whether, from a distinctly Christian theological viewpoint, we worship the same God as Muslims. [Read more...]

II Peter 1:16 – 21 – A Sermon

II Peter 1:16 – 21 Robert Hunt I. Introduction You’ve probably heard the old saying that “it’s hard when you’re up to your armpits in alligators to remember you came here to drain the swamp.” It might well have applied to the congregations that received this letter. There are plenty of clues that the Christians to whom the [Read More...]

Religion and Rationality in the Muslim World

There is a particular hubris in believing that we of the West are the only people capable of taming our passions and pursuing rational self-interest . . . [Read more...]

No Freedom without Religious Freedom in Egypt

Religious freedom is the basis of freedom and democracy, not a byproduct. [Read more...]

Egypt’s Muslims Attend Coptic Services

Muslims turned up in droves for the Coptic Christmas mass Thursday night, offering their bodies, and lives, as “shields” to Egypt’s threatened Christian community. [Read more...]

A New Year of Violence Against Christians

One is tempted to balance this report with attacks in the Christian West on mosques and Muslims, but in reality there is no comparison in number, deadliness, intensity, and most importantly motivation. [Read more...]

Islamic Law in America?

. . . both Muslims and non-Muslims are not fully aware of the historical limits of Islamic law, and the complex ways in which it interacted with laws enacted by governments whose understanding of public interest extended beyond that of religious law. [Read more...]

Science and Religion – A Common Aim?

. . . it might be good to recognize in the meantime that science and religion do share a common aim . . . [Read more...]

Apostasy and Blaspheme

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But for Muslims some words and the images they create in the human soul are more than a way of communicating ideas. They are the indissoluble link between the human person and God. [Read more...]


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